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My clients is a limited company. The sole shareholders and directors are husband and wife, the shareholdings being held 50/50
New company just commenced trading, no PAYE registration, 2 directors (non-spouses, non civil partners)
Director #1 was employed until May 2014, and has a P45.
I have a client who is a sole director. He has purchased a unique mobile number that he uses for the business only and an apple iphone. He bought these personally and then claimed the cost back f
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